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Written by Jeremy Eisler, an ...
www.dailymail.com, 27 May 2010 [cached]
Written by Jeremy Eisler, an attorney with the Mississippi Center for Legal Services, "Courting Disaster" is a satirical musical comedy that "pokes fun at the lives of lawyers, litigants and judges without fear or favor," said Kanawha Players President John Halstead.
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Scarpelli and Eisler met through a mutual friend, local attorney Margot Saunders.
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The legal profession can be a maddening world, and Eisler, 56, said he found catharsis in the process of writing the play.
"After 25 years of sitting and watching the practice of law, it was either retire to the Caribbean, go to psychotherapy or write a farce," he said. "And I don't really have the money for the first two."
He also traveled to Charleston recently to work with the cast and crew on rehearsals. He said the experience was a special one, and that he will be in town this weekend for the show.
"Obviously, I wouldn't miss it for the world," he said.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- In a town with no shortage of lawyers and litigants, Kanawha Players believes its next show will be a big success.
Written by Jeremy Eisler, an attorney with the Mississippi Center for Legal Services, "Courting Disaster" is a satirical musical comedy that "pokes fun at the lives of lawyers, litigants and judges without fear or favor," said Kanawha Players President John Halstead.
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Scarpelli and Eisler met through a mutual friend, local attorney Margot Saunders.
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The legal profession can be a maddening world, and Eisler, 56, said he found catharsis in the process of writing the play.
"After 25 years of sitting and watching the practice of law, it was either retire to the Caribbean, go to psychotherapy or write a farce," he said. "And I don't really have the money for the first two."
He also traveled to Charleston recently to work with the cast and crew on rehearsals. He said the experience was a special one, and that he will be in town this weekend for the show.
"Obviously, I wouldn't miss it for the world," he said.
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Eisler said he believes just about anyone who has spent much time in a courtroom will enjoy the show. There are more than 1,800 attorneys in Kanawha County alone, according to the West Virginia State Bar.
"Most lawyers are able to laugh at themselves," he said.
Jeremy Eisler of the ...
www.clarionledger.com, 21 Feb 2009 [cached]
Jeremy Eisler of the Mississippi Center for Legal Services walked those in attendance through ways homeowners can challenge a foreclosure in court.
During the process, he said, a homeowner can file a lawsuit if that person feels a home is being foreclosed on. They also can file for Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy or seek a preliminary injunction.
But Eisler said it doesn't often reach the point that someone has to try to get a judge to block a foreclosure or eviction from a foreclosed property, explaining borrowers and lenders typically work out some type of repayment plan before a foreclosure reaches a courtroom.
Arbitration is becoming more common in real estate documents such as mortgage agreements, Eisler said.
"I haven't had to get many (injunctions), because it's often not necessary, which is good," he said.
Someone seeking an injunction, he continued, has to prove that a case is likely to prevail on its merits; the injunction is necessary to prevent irreparable harm to the person seeking it; the potential harm to the person seeking the injunction outweighs the potential harm to the defendant; and the injunction is "consistent with the public interest."
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Guest speakers Margot Saunders (left) of the National Consumer Law Center and Jeremy Eisler of the Mississippi Center for Legal Services consult Friday during a foreclosure prevention training forum at the Jackson State University e-Center in Jackson.
Mississippi Attorneys - Mississippi Lawyer Directory - MS Legal Information
www.americanlawyersassociation.org, 30 Mar 2007 [cached]
Jeremy Eisler, litigation director at Mississippi Center for Legal Services, said landlords were looking for ways to force out tenants so they can find renters who were willing to pay more. Green Tree Apartments, owned by S&J Holdings, has not yet been sold, according to Harrison County Chancery Court records. "I wasn't personally doing any (evictions)," said Eisler, who helps...
Biloxi Staff
www.mslegalservices.org, 28 Sept 2001 [cached]
JEREMY EISLER, Director of LitigationOTTO A. "SKIP" WUSNACK, Managing Attorney
LLSCOTTY.COM; Federal Reserve Press Release - January 5, 2000
www.llscotty.com, 5 Jan 2000 [cached]
Jeremy EislerDirector of LitigationSouth Mississippi Legal Services Corp.
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